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# Weighing In

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Brexit: Senior US politicians write to Boris Johnson over his efforts to 'flout the Northern Ireland protocol'
The UK Internal Market Bill cleared its first Commons hurdle on Monday despite deep misgivings among Johnson’s party.
Racing 92 say they will 'enforce their rights' as Saracens hearing gets underway
The Top 14 club expressed surprise not to have been contacted about the misconduct charge.
Morrison: 'It's a disgrace. It's 60s and 70s stuff, going back to the dinosaur years'
The former Ireland international has voiced his opinion on recent acts of racism in the Premier League.
Trump voices his support for transgender people in bathroom law row
He said that transgender people should be able to use whichever bathroom they choose.
Bertie says 'no chance in hell' government will be formed before Easter
The former Fianna Fáil leader also reckons the party won’t do a deal with Fine Gael.
'If you want to do that kind of stuff, go cage fighting' - Dunphy not impressed by brawl
The RTÉ soccer pundit gave his take on last night’s unsavoury scenes.
Ferdinand defends under-fire Woodward for 'having balls', points the blame at Van Gaal's system
The ex-Manchester United stalwart doesn’t see his old club competing for the Premier League or the Champions League this season.
Roy Keane: Manchester United players 'should be ashamed of themselves'
The former Red Devils midfielder is on Champions League duty for ITV this evening.
Doherty: McGuinness was right to axe Cassidy from Donegal panel
Former Donegal boss John Joe Doherty has backed Jim McGuinness in the row over the axing of wing-back Kevin Cassidy.